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April 2, 2012
Costs of cybercrime staggering

Omaha World-Herald, March 30, 2012
They made the call a dozen times during a years-long investigation into $70 million of suspicious online bank transfers all over the country, said Weysan Dun, head of Omaha's FBI field office, speaking to a Creighton University audience Thursday afternoon.
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Manufacturing up in nation, Midwest

Star Tribune, April 2, 2012
In a separate report, the Midwest showed economic gains in a study by Creighton University professor Ernie Goss in Omaha, notably in exports and new hiring. It was the thirty-second consecutive month of gains.
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Learning law basics from classic films

Diverse Bookshelf, March 29, 2012
A Creighton Law School staff member Kelly Lynn Anders, undertook a three-year task to view how movies have portrayed lawyers not in just a few dozen films, mind you, but in a few hundred. See Page 21.
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Military vets, families to be saluted at Creighton game

Omaha World-Herald, March 31, 2012
The Veterans in Business Forum and Creighton University annually team up to honor and remember the fallen, veterans, active-duty members and their families.
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